Metro is encouraging the public to participate in the planning of the Sepulveda Transit Corridor rail project by attending a series of upcoming community meetings beginning this month.
Between the San Fernando Valley and the Westside lies one of Southern California’s most congested transportation corridors. More than 400,000 people travel through the project study area every day to commute to work, school and other destinations along the freeway and beyond. The Sepulveda Transit Corridor Project aims to improve travel in these areas and has begun to explore a wide range of high capacity transit alternatives.
This key transit project is divided into two areas: A Valley-Westside segment and a Westside-LAX segment. Metro first presented a wide array of rail, alignment and station location concepts for the Valley-Westside segment last June, and will show more advanced concepts at the upcoming meetings as well as initial ideas for the Westside-LAX connection.